A Wright Christmas by K.A Linde #Review

Title: Wright Christmas

Author: K.A Linde

Release Date:  November 17, 2020

Length:  202  pages

Genre: Contemporary ( Holiday)Romance

Rating: 4 out of 5.

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****Blurb****

A new second chance single dad stand alone romance set in the world of the Wrights from USA Today bestselling author K.A. Linde…

At seventeen, I left Isaac Donoghue behind to become a professional ballerina.
 
When I return home to dance in the Nutcracker, I never expect to run into him. Let alone on my first day in town. I can’t help but admire him in a crisp suit with his toned soccer body, chiseled jawline, and all too familiar piercing green eyes. I thought nothing could surprise me more.
 
Until his five year old daughter runs out of the ballet studio.
 
I’m only in town for a month. I shouldn’t get involved with anyone, especially the ex I’ve been pining after for years. Especially now that he’s a single dad with a daughter to consider.
 
But where Isaac is concerned, I’ve never been able to stay away.
 
With the help of some Christmas magic, maybe we finally have a shot at our second chance.

**** My Review ****

It doesn’t really matter what time of the year it is, I would always enjoy to discover the magic of Christmas in a great story, especially if it is spiced with dashing love and sizzling chemistry. And this heart-warming story had me enchanted from the very beginning. I fell in love with the characters and completely got lost in the pages.

Seeing each other again after 16 long years, only to realize that the magnetic pull and attraction are still present. The goodbye, said 16 years ago still hurts them inside, and the desire to try one more time is simply unbearable. One more kiss, one more hug, one more touch…even if there is a deadline. Falling into the realms of pleasure and utter happiness was easy, but the clock is ticking. Payton has to return to New York, and Isaac has to stay in Lubbock. Is history repeating again? Will this second goodbye hurt less than the first one?

I can freely say that I enjoyed every single moment of this cute love story that was absolutely heartwarming and entertaining.  Written in dual POV it allows you to get into the heads of both characters, that are characters so real, relatable and absolutely delightful. Payton, an ambitious ballerina torn between her dreams and desires, strong, yet so fragile at the same time. And Isaac…every girl’s dream- empathetic, considerate, sexy and so perfect in every single way. His devotion to her and his family were truly admirable. His young daughter gave a dash of freshness and additional cuteness to the story.

The love between the main characters is so tender and sweet, remembering the past and evoking feelings and memories….they simply belong to each other. The author skilfully pens first love, first desires, and first heartbreak….the emotions simply drip from the perfectly composed sentences. You feel their pain, their dreams -so vivid as you turn the pages, and their chemistry is simply explosive….

If you love emotional stories of undemanding love and second chances that will touch your heart and fill you with tender emotions, then you must read Payton and Isaac’s story. Read it and be prepared to be completely captivated by the raw emotions that drip from every single page…

****About the Author****


K.A. Linde is the USA Today bestselling author of the Avoiding Series, Wrights, and more than thirty other novels. She has a Masters degree in political science from the University of Georgia, was the head campaign worker for the 2012 presidential campaign at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and served as the head coach of the Duke University dance team. She loves reading fantasy novels, binge-watching Supernatural, traveling, and dancing in her spare time.

She currently lives in Lubbock, Texas, with her husband and two super-adorable puppies.

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